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Media misleading public

The poor press and TV commentators. Trump is always picking on them. Here is a perfect example of how they twist and distort the truth. Whenever the issue of immigration comes up they make it seem like we are all against it. They slide by the truth and hammer home the fact that we are all immigrants, even native Americans.

I don’t know anyone who is against immigration. What I am against and what most of my friends are against is illegal immigration.

It is high time for the media to stop using their power to mislead the public and turn them against Trump. This is only one example of why we have so little faith in media news.

Dick Just

Colville


 

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